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My first 5 star review for The Aduramis Chronicles: The Definitive Collection. 

Available now on Amazon Kindle, Kindle unlimited, and Kindle Lending Library.

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The Aduramis Chronicles: The Definitive Collection – Volumes 1-3

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A Master Storyteller…

‘A master storyteller’ by professional reviewer Jaime Polychrones. Book Expo 2017. 

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Every authors dream….

Or so you would think. After several years of writing works I am so very proud of. The money, time and effort invested to try and bring a quality product to market, and all you want is a little recognition for that hard slog. 

You receive through the post what you have dreamed of … a publishing contract.

That’s great you say. 

It normally would be, but any publisher worth its salt would not ask for £2500 upfront to publish your book. That could be construed as nothing more than vanity publishing. 

To say I’m not disappointed would be a lie. When I first opened it I was so happy and was shaking with excitement and then I read the contract fully and turned to several reliable internet sources for information and asked an author friend who had signed with them, for advice.

The outcome is, thanks for making me feel real disappointment, but no thanks. 

My work is too important and too good for this kind of contract. 

If you truly believe in my work, then sign fully. 


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The whole story ‘covered’

Almost there. June 19th the final (never believe an author when they say that) chapter in the Aduramis Trilogy (See fibbing again – there will be three prequels) come to its conclusion. Please, have a nosey at my new covers. 8 years in the making (no, not the covers).


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New Destiny of The Wulf cover.

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What’s so different about my books?

I asked three people why my books are different to others. 

“I find them in the middle of what I normally read. So I either read very child orientated books or very gruesome ones. Your books are a good balance in between. Also I love fantasy books, but yours aren’t similar to others I’ve read, which is really good as it’s not a rehash of the same old story.” -Babs.

I couldn’t get my head around why my books are dissimilar.
Since I don’t read a lot of fantasy. 

“You don’t read a lot of fantasy do you? I find it different because of the magical abilities. You have a more broader range of characters and you focus more on the characters more than the scene they are in, though your scene building is awesome. While generic fantasy will have generic powers like fireball, iceblast e.t.c. and will focus more on the scenery the characters are in.” Evan. 

“It’s what I’ve said for a while, unique fantasy whilst keeping in the standard fantasy tropes you wan’t, but done well. It’s hard to explain verbally.  They have a good balance of adult and light hearted humor.” -David. 

I think I kind of understand now. Though, if you have a comment to add why you think they’re different to the norm. I’d love a comment. 


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